Your Windmill Tulips
Your Solutions to Mystery
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Laurie Ferguson Liz Ewing
Kathy Erpelding writes:
The block is a wreath or ring of tulips. One thing that I noticed when I put it together is that the D block is not next to the C block, but lies on top of the A & B blocks. Thanks for the pattern.
Liz Ewing writes: This was so much fun to do Linda. There is my intentional mistake. I try to have on in each project. It reminds me to be humble! ...Thanks for all your wonderful patterns! You have taught me so much and I really appreciate all your hard work!
Birdie Cutair Renate Coster
Birdie Cutair writes: Thanks Linda for the beautiful spring/Easter wreath.
Renate Coster writes: I am sending the solution of the number 68, loved doing and thought it was very beautiful. I'm hoping for the next.
Chryss Teresa Catlett
Chryss writes: Thank you, a lovely spring project.
Teresa Catlett writes: Dancing Tulips! Your mystery blocks are always a pleasure. :)
Mary Campbell Melody Bethards
Mary Campbell writes: My solution to your latest mystery block.my greens leave something to be disired but we had 2 feet of snow and I thought I would just use what I had. :))
Thanks for all your hard work.
Melody Bethards writes: I just discovered your website and was so excited to try the Mystery Block.
Bobbie Joe writes: My first thought is Crocus in the snow. But, the leaves are that of Tulips!
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